Click here to read the full article. Asher Levine is lending his 3D-printing fashion design technique to Grimes’ new music video. The fashion designer — who specializes in digital and high-tech practices — was tasked with creating the costumes for the musician’s “Shinigami Eyes” music video, which debuted today and features Blackpink K-pop singer Jennie Kim. Grimes is seen wearing a custom-made nude scale-print, lit-up bodysuit while Kim wears Levine’s Candy Moto Biker Jacket.More from WWDPhotos from HBO's 'The Gilded Age''Pam & Tommy' Red Carpet PhotosNino Cerruti Dies at 91: Photos from the Fairchild Archive While Grimes’ look was custom-made, Levine had...
Grimes has been teasing the Death Note-inspired "Shinigami Eyes" for some time now, and she's finally released the song, accompanied by a stylized, futuristic video that she wrote and BRTHR directed. It features BLACKPINK's Jennie Kim, Dorian Electra, and Ryon Wu, and you can watch it below. Grimes talked to...
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Grimes teased a new futuristic-themed music video featuring Jennie Kim of the hugely popular K-pop girl group, Blackpink. On Tuesday, the 33-year-old singer shared a 23-second clip from the video of her latest single, “Shinigami Eyes,” which is set to be released Wednesday. The computer graphics-heavy video shows Grimes as an evil elf in various settings. In one scene, the Canadian singer appears to be levitating on space with a white orb behind her. In another scene, she is seen wielding an intergalactic sword and slashes the camera with it. Before the video ended, she can be seen looking into the camera with blood-red “Shinigami eyes” which refers to eyes that can see the floating information on humans’ heads which shows their names and their lifespans. This term was used in the Japanese manga and anime series “Death Note.”
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